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post #1 of 11 Old 07-17-2011, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Need help pick which one you like best

Making a new set of handles for my lathe tools made 4 differnt ones and having a hard time chosing wich one looks best all input would be a great help. My problem is that i like them all and cant pick just one. Thanks for all of your help.

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I like No's 1&2 a lot!

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2 would be my vote....and was.
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I'm going with #2...

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I picked number 3 going with function over form. All of them look nice, keep them around for future tools.

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2 would be my choice

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#1 looks like it would give you a great grip on the chisel, so that's my choice.

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Without question I would pick #1. I think it would give the best control with the most comfort.
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I like #1 the best
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No. 1 for a tool, I woudnt mind having no. 4 for one of my fishing rods.......
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